jrandall [at] tiih.org
John Randall, MD, is is senior advisor consultant to the Institute. He has served in a number of positions in the medical community, from the British West Indies to Maine. Currently, he’s dean of clinical sciences and professor of therapeutics at St. Matthew’s University, Grand Cayman Island, British West Indies. Prior to joining St. Matthew’s, Dr. Randall was a professor of family medicine and pediatrics at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, where he was chairman of the Department of Family Medicine from 1991 to 2002. From 1981 until 1991, Dr. Randall was the residency director and chief of family medicine at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine. Before moving to Maine, Dr. Randall served as the director of community medicine and infectious disease consultant at Lancaster General Hospital. While in Lancaster, he had the unique opportunity to sit on a national committee to remediate the clean-up of the 1979 nuclear accident at Three Mile Island.
Dr. Randall had a fellowship in infectious disease at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and has had boards in pediatrics and family medicine. During 1968-1970, he served as Lieutenant Commander in the Navy, stationed in Charleston, South Carolina. He completed a residency in pediatrics at the University of Vermont, and a rotating internship at the Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia. His undergraduate training was in the Department of Religion at Princeton University, and his medical training was at McGill University Faculty of Medicine.
As a clinician and scholar, Dr. Randall has always had an interest in integrative medicine and many modalities of healing. As an administrator, he has been a strong advocate for programs and curricula in integrative medicine. He has contributed to numerous articles that have taken a holistic approach and has served as an editor on a book on integrative medicine.
Dr. Randall is married with eight children and four grandchildren, and presently working on a Masters in holistic spirituality at Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia. He lives and works on an uncertified organic farm in New Gloucester, Maine, where serves as chairman of the town’s public safety committee.